grade 7 dlp.docx - A Detailed Lesson Plan in Biology I Objectives At the end of the 60 minute period at least 75 0f the student should be able to 1

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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Biology I. Objectives: At the end of the 60 minute period at least 75% 0f the student should be able to 1. Explain the uses of Microscope 2. Label the part of Microscope 3. Manipulate the Microscope properly II. Subject Matter: The Microscope A Book: Reece Jane B, Campbell Biology. 9 th .ed. Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Benjamin Cummings B. Materials: Microscope, Specimens, Extension wire, Charts, Paper, tape, Scissors, C. Value Integration: Self Reliance and Diligence III. Procedure: A. Learning Activities Teacher’s Activity A.Review “Good Morning Class” “Let u pray first” “Checking of Attendance, Say present and raise your hand if you are here” “Please be settle, pick-up the pieces of paper under your chair” “So how was your morning today?” “That good, Yesterday we have discussed the different types of cell, please get and pass your assignment to the front” “Today we will, learn about the microscope, its uses and part and how to manipulate it” B. Motivation “I have a pictures of different parts of microscope, you need to arrange the parts like what you’re doing in a puzzle, do you understand” C. Lesson proper “Microscope is a device used to view small things that cannot be seen by naked.” “Can a microscope be able to view the plant and animal cell?” “There are different types of microscope, we have the simple, compound and electric microscope” “For our lesson today we will learn about the Compound Student’s Activity “Good Morning Ma’am” (One assign student will lead the Prayer) (Students will say present and raise their hands as he teacher call their name) (Students will pick up the pieces of paper under their chair) “It was wonderful and Fun Ma’am” (Student will get their assignments and pass it to the front) “Yes Ma’am” (student will do the activity) “Yes ma’am” (student listen attentively)

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